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Uncommon Ground

Excerpt2: Robert Porzel from University of Bremen, reflects on disagreement between users and AI in their respective beliefs and knowledge.
autore: Robert Porzel, University of Bremen
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  Robert Porzel, University of Bremen. One major motivation of explainable artificial intelligence (XAI) is the desire to make the predictions of black-box machine learning...

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Science on the edge of chaos

Excerpt2: MUHAI' scientific advisor Luc Steels guides us in the visit of a pop-up exhibition about the history of AI he curated in December, not to be missed!
autore: Luc Steels, Venice International University (VIU)
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  Luc Steels, Venice International University. The AI Avant-Garde in the 1990s. In the 1980s and 1990s a new wind was blowing in many sciences, based on the realization...

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AI, the winning artist?

Excerpt2: The fact that AI-generated entries have won art and photo contests sparked a debate in the art world. The blog reflects on what are the possible paths for art prizes in a world in which AI generators are commonly used.
autore: Folco Soffietti, Venice International University (VIU)
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  Folco Soffietti, Venice International University.   The recent discussion sparked around art prizes being assigned to artworks generated by AI - whether stated or...

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Aqua Granda | A Digital Community Memory

Excerpt2: Within the framework of "Aqua Granda, a digital community memory" initiative, launched in November 2020 by the EU H2020 ODYCCEUS project and Science Gallery Venice, among the main outputs is a book, available in open access.
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Within the framework of "Aqua Granda, a digital community memory" initiative, launched in November 2020 by the EU H2020 ODYCCEUS project and Science Gallery Venice, among the main...

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Luc Tuymans through the lens of AI

Excerpt2: AI (Artificial Intelligence) researchers try to understand the structures and processes that underlie intelligence and use that insight to build practical applications. Much has already been achieved. But much remains to be discovered.
autore: Luc Steels
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Luc Steels. AI (Artificial Intelligence) researchers try to understand the structures and processes that underlie intelligence and use that insight to build practical applications....

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